March Madness: Lots of Great Deals This Month

There have been some signs of weakening rewards in the past couple of months, but March Madness is now upon us and there are many deals to get. Here is a round up of good deals you should definitely consider.

New credit card deals

This month is packed with great credit card deals! We have upsized cash offers for CIMB and StanChart credit cards, both crossing the S$300 mark.

DBS Takashimaya Card promo is also significantly upsized to S$300, and this works even for existing DBS/POSB cardholders!

OCBC has finally also started promoting cards through creators like myself, and if you want to pick up a great promo while helping the site out, do sign up using links found on this site. They are offering S$228 cashback which is great compared to the bank’s usual promos. You can also opt for up to 55,000 miles if you have S$15,000 of spend to reach on the OCBC 90°N.

DCS is also offering a new promo for its credit cards. Previously known as Diners Club, DCS is offering 2 free suitcases when you sign up for eligible credit cards and meet the minimum spend:

Credit card deals ending in March

There are a couple of ongoing deals which are set to end this month.

The excellent Citi Prestige promo is slated to end with the month, and the card itself has been my most valuable miles card yet. I’ve clocked hundreds of thousands of miles with the card on top of getting free hotel nights and complimentary airport transfer limo rides.

DBS Yuu Card’s promo is also ending this month and they added a sign-up deal for existing users too.

Get 5% p.a. interest and S$1,500 cash rewards

If you have between S$200,000 to S$500,000 to set aside, the Wealth$aver promo gives you 5% p.a. interest! You can even get S$1,500 cash rewards if your deposit is S$500,000. Not only is the 5% p.a. rate better than most fixed deposits, t-bills or SSBs, Wealth$aver is a bank account which means you maintain full liquidity over the funds.

This deal ends 31s March so sign up soon. You can also tap here for more savings instruments.

Webull – fund any amount, get US$50 to US$500 worth of free shares

Webull’s excellent offer is extended till the end of March. Possibly the most popular trading app offer I’ve seen, you just need to fund in any amount and maintain it for 30 days. That gets you free shares that are worth at least US$10 each, and could be as much as US$100 each. This means you could potentially walk away with US$500 worth of free shares, with US$50 being the minimum you’d get:


Until 3.59PM 28th September 2023

1 day 22 hours 14 minutes 4 seconds left to grab this offer!

Register and open account with this link0 commission trades for US and HK markets for 183 days
0 subscription fees for mutual funds
Fund any amount3 sure-win shares 5 sure-win shares– TSLA US$3 each
– AAPL US$8 each
– AMZN US$50 each
– GOOG US$100 each
Maintain funds for at least 30 days5 sure-win shares

Get 0% commission and platform fee, and trade fractional shares from as low as US$5 per trade. Great for dollar-cost averaging small amounts!

Last updated 8th September 2023.

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